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A recent study found that many sunscreens on the market offer inadequate protection against harmful UV rays or contain potentially harmful ingredients. The study tested over 1,300 sunscreens and found that only 25% met the American Academy of Dermatology’s guidelines for effectiveness and safety. Consumers are advised to carefully read labels and choose sunscreens with broad-spectrum protection and without potentially harmful ingredients.

Source: https://www.silive.com/news/2024/05/choosing-sunscreen-new-study-finds-most-items-tested-offer-poor-protection-or-contain-harmful-ingredients.html